Página 5 de 6 PrimerPrimer ... 3456 ÚltimoÚltimo
Resultados 121 al 150 de 174

Tema: F1 2022 - GP Nº 6 : ESPAÑA

  1. #121
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    RUS:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  2. #122
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  3. #123
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Análisis por "minisectores":

    LEC vs. VER:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  4. #124
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    LEC vs. SAI:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  5. #125
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    LEC vs. RUS:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  6. #126
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    VER vs. RUS:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  7. #127
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Comparativa por "minisectores" de 3 autos (F1-75, RB18 y W13):

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  8. #128
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Aunque estos gráficos hay que analizarlos con suma precaución, parece que la W13 [Mercedes] se impone al final de las rectas (podría significar esto, que efectivamente,vlas novedades "curan" el "marsopeo") y en las curvas de alta velocidad. La F1-75 [Scuderia Ferrari] parece que tiene muy buena tracción a la salida de las curvas y que la RB18 [Red Bull] se impone en la primera parte de las rectas.
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  9. #129
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Impresiones de los equipos tras la sesión de Clasificación:


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "We are starting second tomorrow which we can be happy about but it was a bit of a shame with the last run. The DRS didn't open so I backed out and aborted the lap as I was losing a lot of time, three or four tenths. That meant we didn't get the opportunity to fight for pole, nevertheless, we will give it a good go tomorrow. Ferrari are looking pretty strong so it will be hard to beat them, they did a long run this morning and it looked strong. Tyre management is going to be really important tomorrow with the heat and you also need overall race pace. Hopefully we'll have more pace tomorrow and there's a long run into turn one so a lot can happen."


    Sergio Perez: "Today was tough, there was more to give, especially on my final run in Q3, we tried something different with the set-up and it felt a bit awkward, so I didn't get a great lap. I have felt like I have been struggling throughout the weekend, I haven't been comfortable, we tried some things on the car and the pace was there but I couldn't quite make it work to put that lap together today. It's not an ideal result but I think we will have good race pace and we will push from the start. I still think we can fight from fifth, tomorrow is a long race and anything can happen. I think it is going to be very hot, especially for the tyres, degradation will be high so it will be an interesting one. Ferrari were very strong today so we will see what we are able to do against them come race day, hopefully we are able to get them back. Tomorrow is a different situation and our long runs have looked good in practice so we can be confident."


    Christian Horner, Team Principal: "I'm pleased we will start from the front row tomorrow with Max in P2, as he had a DRS issue on his final lap which meant he didn't get the chance to reply to that final lap from Charles. While I don't think we had enough to beat his time today, I do think we'd have been closer without that issue. It shows that it's such fine margins in this sport and that's the same with Checo, he didn't quite nail Sector One which means he starts from P5, but he'll race ok from there. In these temperatures it's all going to be about tyre degradation and management, so I think it will be a very close and fascinating race tomorrow."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72548/Spanis...notes-Red-Bull


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Mercedes

    The Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team delivered its strongest qualifying performance of the season so far with George Russell in P4 and Lewis Hamilton in P6.


    Today's running confirmed the step forward made with the new upgrades that have been brought to this race and saw both drivers fighting for second row starting positions through the session.


    George secured our highest qualifying position of the season so far with P4, and Lewis backed up the strong team performance with P6 although he struggled for rear grip on his final lap.


    The unusually hot conditions for this race weekend will make tomorrow's Grand Prix a challenging race for tyre preservation - and may see strategic variation as the race unfolds, which will offer opportunity to gain positions.


    George Russell: Today was a good step in the right direction. It's our best qualifying position as a team this season, ahead of one Red Bull, and a positive session for us as we've finally got a good baseline. The pace gap to Ferrari on pole is still big, but there was more potential for us, too - the tyres were not in a perfect window and that made it tricky, especially in Q3. There's a long race ahead tomorrow and I think we'll be in a better place then - while some of the cars around us are a bit of an unknown. And on the development, we've finally now got a good baseline, and we need to continue this path and find more performance.


    Lewis Hamilton: We've made steps forward this weekend and I'm very proud of the team for all the work they have done. The car is on longer bouncing on the straights, but we still have some in the corners, so we need to keep working. Overall, it's a positive step to be in Q3 with both cars, and looking at George's time, we are getting closer to the front. It was a confusing session out there as we had been given a delta time to respect in qualifying for the out laps - and not everybody was doing so. The cars that followed the guidance had a performance disadvantage as the tyres were hotter starting the timed lap, so hopefully that will be examined properly. Looking ahead to the race, we had decent long runs yesterday, and we know the conditions will be very hot - my target will be to go forward from P6.


    Toto Wolff: P4 and P6 are probably the best positions we could have expected to slot into today, given the challenges we have faced in the first five race weekends, and the progress we are now starting to make with the car. I believe we have a race car more than a qualifying car, so we will see how that goes tomorrow; the trend has generally been for Red Bull to be stronger in the race, Ferrari less so, but who knows what will happen tomorrow. Overall, I think we have made a solid step forward this weekend, and we know how to unlock more performance, too. Our rivals have continued development while we have paused to solve the bouncing - so when we pick that up and start to better understand the tyres now the bouncing is gone, then I think we will be closing them down.


    Andrew Shovlin: It's frustrating not to be closer to the front; we've clearly made progress with the car, but we were getting a bit of overheating in the final sector and once it starts, the sliding generates more temperature, and the problem compounds itself. That explains a good proportion of the gap but no doubt we've also got a bit to come on the setup. It's a very different package that we have brought here and we're still learning how to get the most out of it. We're looking forward to tomorrow, our long run looked a more competitive than single lap yesterday so hopefully we can put some pressure on the cars ahead of us and the high degradation should give some interesting options on strategy. Considering the gaps that we were looking at in the last few races, we never expected to close up in a single step so while we can't be satisfied with fourth and sixth, it is at least encouraging that we have a car that is behaving in a more predictable way and that we are making steps in the right direction.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72545/Spanis...notes-Mercedes


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Ferrari

    Charles Leclerc strikes again! In very hot conditions and in another closely contested session, the Monegasque ensured that Scuderia Ferrari secured its fourth pole position from the seven races this season, as well as its 234th overall. Carlos Sainz will start right behind him, having set the third fastest time with a fantastic performance on track, matched by equally good work from the pit-wall in making the right calls regarding tyre choice and traffic. This was Charles' 13th pole position which puts him fourth on the list of Maranello drivers, equal with the legendary Alberto Ascari.


    Having comfortably got through to Q2, Charles and Carlos started that session on their Softs from Q1. Leclerc posted a good 1'19"969, while Carlos stopped the clocks in 1'20"386. The engineers and Charles then decided to run the risk of him staying in the garage - the only driver to do so - thus saving a set of new Soft tyres, to give them more strategy options for Sunday's Grand Prix that starts at 15 CEST. However, Carlos went back on track on new tyres, easily getting through to the final phase with a 1'19"453.


    In the final fight for pole position, the Ferrari pair each had two sets of new Soft tyres. Carlos's first run produced a 1'19"423. Charles was on a quick lap but spun at the chicane before the final corner, flat-spotting his tyres. He headed straight for the pits and went out again on new Softs, brushing aside the incident on his previous attempt. The team chose the ideal moment to send him back out on track and he paid them back with a fantastic 1'18"750, making him the only driver to get under the 1'19" barrier. It was three tenths quicker than second placed Max Verstappen. Carlos also improved, getting down to an excellent 1'19"166, just 93 thousandths off second place. Tomorrow's race looks like being very close, but the F1-75 in the hands of Charles and Carlos seems capable of fighting for the win and Sainz's third place on the grid is not necessarily worse than starting from second on the front row. It looks like being yet another thrilling contest, which has been the case so far this season.


    Charles Leclerc: We really turned things around since yesterday and our team did an amazing job. We struggled a lot in the first two practice sessions this weekend, especially with the tyres. We analysed all the data and made significant changes to the car last night. We saw some improvements this morning when we did a long run and hopefully it will be enough to beat our competitors who have had an advantage in this area for the past two races.




    As far as qualifying goes, it was a tricky session. I think that my first lap in Q3 was great until I pushed a little too much in turn 14 and lost the rear. I had just one shot to bring it home after that and I'm very happy with my lap and our performance in general.


    Carlos Sainz: Overall P3 is a decent result for tomorrow and we feel positive for the race, as the upgrades seem to be working well. We still struggle a bit with the rear being very light in this car, so I'm not driving it exactly the way I would like to. However, we still managed to grab P3, which is a good position to attack tomorrow. We'll give everything from there to fight for the win!
    A big thank you to the mechanics for their hard work overnight to change the chassis and also to every fan out there in the grandstands for their incredible support. Let's race tomorrow!
    Laurent Mekies: There were several positives to take from today, first and foremost Charles' qualifying, which I think was simply amazing. Already on the lap on which he spun, he looked to be on course for pole position and afterwards, he did very well to keep calm and concentrate, putting together a fantastic lap.


    Carlos also did very well. He has been quick all weekend and this afternoon, he was on the pace, just missing out on the front row by less than a tenth. We expected it to be a very close competition with our main rivals as usual and so it was, with Verstappen qualifying between Charles and Carlos. Another positive aspect was that the risk we took with Charles in Q2 paid off as it gives us greater flexibility tomorrow in terms of his strategy, with an extra set of new Softs. Well done also to the team, who worked late into the night to fix the problems on Carlos' car and to everyone in Maranello for their efforts in fine tuning the updates introduced at this race. They worked, although we believe it will take a few more races to get the most out of them.


    We can be happy with how today went, but we are not getting carried away when it comes to tomorrow's race. It's possible our rivals could be more competitive tomorrow than they were today and I think that any aspect, from the start to tyre degradation, which will probably be the highest we have seen so far this season, could make the difference.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72552/Spanis...-notes-Ferrari


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauri

    Yuki Tsunoda: "I think we extracted the maximum from the car today, so I have to be happy with that. I've been on the back foot from FP1, as we've really struggled with pace here in Barcelona, especially compared to Miami, so we thought from the beginning that getting through to Q3 would be difficult. It's not been the best weekend so far for the team, but hopefully we can put it altogether for the race tomorrow."


    Pierre Gasly: "We've been struggling all weekend and then we had the issue in FP3 on the out-lap which meant we couldn't run at all that session. I want to say a big thank you to all the mechanics that put the car back together in time for Quali today, as there was a lot of work involved. We've lacked pace on this track, so we wanted to try some things this morning but unfortunately that wasn't possible. So, we thought we would try something different for Quali, aiming to get some extra speed from the car, but it just didn't work and it was a difficult session. It didn't pay off, but tomorrow is another day and ultimately where we score points. It's going to be a pretty long race, particularly with the degradation as we think there will be a lot of stops, so I think there will be opportunities to move forward and head towards the points."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Today has been difficult, we are not where we wanted to be with the car here in Barcelona. Both the drivers have worked hard to get the most from the car in Qualifying, but with the balance not quite where it needs to be it's not been possible to progress beyond Q2 on this occasion and this is something we are focused on addressing. The engineers will continue to look for improvements we can make for the race so this, together with the pre-race strategy work, will be the focus tonight. Unfortunately, we are starting outside of the top 10, although overtaking is historically not that easy here, we will be looking for any opportunity to get our cars moving forward tomorrow. The target is to get into points scoring positions with both cars, in what is likely to be a tight race in the midfield."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72544/Spanis...tes-AlphaTauri


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Alpine

    BWT Alpine F1 Team qualified with both cars outside the top ten for tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix with Esteban Ocon twelfth and Fernando Alonso seventeenth on Saturday in a scorching hot Qualifying at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.


    After yesterday's strong showing in Practice, both cars looked to build on that form for Saturday. Fernando ended Free Practice 3 in thirteenth and Esteban in tenth.


    Conditions remained hot in Barcelona - over 35C air and close to 50C on track - with some cars showing signs of overheating throughout the day.


    Unfortunately, Fernando was unable to progress from Q1 with the Spaniard - competing in the Spanish Grand Prix for the 19th time in Formula 1 - out in seventeenth on a 1min 21.043secs. Esteban squeezed through Q1 by 0.074secs in sixteenth.



    In Q2, Esteban looked to push towards the top ten and, in the end, fell two tenths short in twelfth place.


    Esteban Ocon: "It's not been an ideal day for us today and definitely frustrating as we know there was more performance to unlock from the car. Our tyres were overheating a little bit throughout qualifying as we maintained the minimum out-lap speed, but it was going to be a tough challenge to reach Q3. A range of strategies are possible for us tomorrow so that makes things interesting for the race. We can pretty much play with all tyre combinations and we know strategy will be very important for our day to go well. I'll start the race in a better position than I did in Miami so we're going to go out there and see what we can do to come out with points."


    Fernando Alonso: "It was a difficult qualifying session for me today and we had a bit of a misunderstanding on my final lap of Q1. I thought we had a one or two second margin to get across the line, but we actually had a twenty second margin in the end. It's a high price to pay here because as we know it's very difficult to overtake on this track. Let's see tomorrow because in the last few races people who have started towards the back of the grid have had a well-timed Safety Car and then are inside the top ten. We need to hope for one of those tomorrow and maybe we get some luck and take some points. Today the car was not as fast as yesterday and we need to understand why that was the case."


    Otmar Szafnauer, Team Principal: "We feel frustrated by today's Qualifying outcome as that was not where we hoped to be, and it does not reflect the true potential of our car after a promising Friday Practice yesterday. Unfortunately, we have neither car inside the top ten for contrasting reasons. On Fernando's side, quite simply, there was a problem with timings, which meant he was misplaced in traffic on his out lap and that ultimately compromised his qualifying effort. Esteban was able to progress through Q1 and ran strongly in Q2, adhering to the minimum out-lap speed on his runs where a significant number of his direct competitors did not. In the end, he fell just short of reaching the top ten and we will look into some of the factors that contributed to this deficit, as we feel we had the pace to be in Q3. Tomorrow is a new day. We were left feeling disappointed in Miami after Qualifying last time out and we enjoyed a strong race on Sunday, so all is not over yet. We'll do our best on strategy and I'm sure both Fernando and Esteban will be determined to bounce back in tomorrow's race."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72547/Spanis...m-notes-Alpine


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - McLaren

    Daniel Ricciardo: "It was a pretty good session. I'm happy with Q3. I think that was our target, for sure, so we had our work cut-out for us. I think it was a pretty tricky weekend so far, just trying to understand the new parts on the car - but I'm relatively happy to get into Q3 and just get on top of it enough to do that. I think we're still fighting a little bit in some areas so I'm just trying to perfect it - but on paper ninth is a solid place to start, and we'll keep chipping away. So hopefully we'll keep finding bits and pieces and get some solid points tomorrow."


    Lando Norris: "It's been a frustrating end to what was otherwise a quite promising day. From what I could see in the cockpit, I thought I was inside the line but unfortunately I wasn't, and so I had the lap deleted. It is frustrating, because we had good pace in the car, and we could have been two or three positions higher. Overtaking is difficult in Barcelona and it's not going to be an easy race - but hopefully we can make up a few positions and have a good Spanish Grand Prix."


    James Key, Executive Director: "This has been a busy weekend, we brought a lot of new developments for the car here at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Much of yesterday was spent trying to understand and optimise our upgrade, and there was a great deal of work overnight to analyse it. In FP3 this afternoon we made the progress we hoped for and were able to start exploiting the performance gain we were expecting, so far everything has correlated well, but there is still a little work to do to get the most from our new parts.


    "This afternoon was a mixed bag. Daniel did a great job to get through to Q3 and will start P9, Lando was unlucky to lose his Q2 lap, running a fraction beyond the track limits and sadly losing a lap good enough to put him into the top 10 today. He's only dropped to P11, however, and he can achieve plenty from there tomorrow, there's everything to play for. Our set-up is race-biased rather than qualifying-biased, so we're hopeful of making good progress."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72549/Spanis...-notes-McLaren


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN will start in the top ten in tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix, as Valtteri Bottas qualified a fine seventh in today's grid-setting session. Team-mate, Zhou Guanyu, was strong in Q1 and will start tomorrow's race in P15.


    Today's result marks the best Barcelona qualifying performance for the team, in all its guises, since 2012, when Sergio Perez was fifth on the grid.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "The team bounced back really strongly from a challenging Friday, and this clearly shows we are not letting any adversity get in the way of our work. On this day, P7 on the grid was the best possible result and Valtteri delivered an impressive lap to bring home this result. He will be in an excellent position to fight for a points finish - and so will be Zhou, who showed really good pace so far this weekend. We know our car tends to be stronger in race trim, so both drivers will be in a condition to battle the cars around them and hopefully bring home some more points."


    Valtteri Bottas: "I am happy about today's result, we had a strong qualifying and we are in a really good place for tomorrow. In theory, we didn't expect this track to suit us too well, but I think the upgrades gave us a good step forward in terms of performance. We had a solid FP3, which allowed us to make up some of the ground we lost yesterday, and we were quite consistent in each run throughout the day. I am glad we qualified well as I don't think it will be easy to overtake on this track: I think P7 was the best result we could get today so I am happy we have achieved it - actually, the gap to the cars in front is not that big! Our car is usually better in the race, so we could be in for a good Sunday."


    Zhou Guanyu: "I'm optimistic about tomorrow's race, as we definitely have the pace to fight for the top ten, but I'm convinced we could have battled for P10 or P11 today. We wanted to avoid the situation we had in Miami, where we got stuck in traffic at the end of Q1, so we chose to go for three runs on soft tyres in the first part of qualifying. It was the safe choice although, in hindsight, my second lap would have been enough to get into Q2. The second segment was always going to be tricky, with no fresh tyres, but that is what we had and we got the most out of it. We'll aim to make up some ground tomorrow and end in the top ten at the end of the day."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72551/Spanis...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Williams

    Alex Albon qualified 19th and Nicholas Latifi 20th for the Spanish Grand Prix. Alex ran the soft tyres, setting his fastest time, a 1:21.645, on the penultimate lap of the session. Nicholas continued to improve throughout his Qualifying session, setting a 1:21.915 using the soft tyres on his final flying lap.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Having struggled yesterday, we made some changes to the cars overnight, which improved the balance for both drivers. In FP3 we focused on tyre preparation in the hot conditions and found a good window that both drivers were comfortable with.


    Although the car was performing better today, we knew that to make progress in Qualifying we would need to get absolutely everything out of the car and tyres, and so we opted to run Alex at the very end of the session. Unfortunately, an unnecessary traffic jam in the pit exit held him up and compromised his track position, which prevented him from improving his lap time.


    Nicholas tried the opposite strategy and ran early for the final run, which enabled him to have a clean lap and set a good time. Unfortunately, we are just not quick enough this weekend and we will have to be opportunistic tomorrow if we are to get something from the race.


    Alex Albon: We really struggled with traffic at the end of that session; it's always an issue when there are a lot of cars out on track. I'd had a couple of decent runs and I felt like the car was in a good place after the work we'd done to resolve some issues. There was more pace in the car today, but when I came out for my final run there was a traffic jam which made things messy and meant I couldn't improve on my final time. It's frustrating as the car and the tyres were performing, so I'm disappointed that we didn't get a more representative result.


    Nicholas Latifi: I think tomorrow will be a very long race for everyone. It's going to be the hottest day tomorrow and high tyre degradation will be an issue up and down the pitlane, irrespective of pace, so if anyone gets that wrong it can create a lot of opportunities, so there is still reason to remain optimistic. It was very tricky today - we were really struggling yesterday and overnight we made changes to try to go in the right direction and the car was more normal to how it tends to be in qualifying today - but we are still lacking pace and missing a lot in the high-speed corners.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72541/Spanis...notes-Williams


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Aston Martin

    Sebastian Vettel: "We were looking stronger in free practice and I honestly thought we would do better in qualifying. This afternoon, however, I struggled with the balance: I had a lot more oversteer and could not really carry speed into the corners without losing the rear. Still, the team has done an incredible job to bring two all-new cars to this race - that was a huge effort. The reward of all that effort is not showing quite yet, but I am sure it will come. Tomorrow is a new day and we will be pushing hard. It does not help when you start farther back, but I think we should be able to make up some ground in the race."


    Lance Stroll: "It is a disappointing result today. I have struggled with the balance of the car all weekend and, when you do not feel comfortable, you cannot set fast laps. We know it is early days with this package, though, so we need to make sure that we understand the reasons for today and see how we can improve the set-up moving forward. Now, it is about focusing on tomorrow. The conditions are likely to be very hot and the tyres need to be managed, so maybe we can make up ground with a good strategy. We will see."


    Mike Krack, Team Principal: "Clearly, we are disappointed with today's qualifying performance, having successfully got one of our cars through to Q3 in both of the last two Grands Prix - but, with today's high temperatures, we had oversteer and traction issues. We will now work hard over the next few hours to give ourselves the best possible chance to score points in tomorrow's race."
    https://www.pitpass.com/72543/Spanis...s-Aston-Martin


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Haas

    Haas F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher qualified in P8 and P10 respectively for the Spanish Grand Prix, Round 6 of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship - the first time since the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix both Haas drivers have reached Q3 in a qualifying session.


    Qualifying started with a race against the clock to get the VF-22 of Mick Schumacher prepped and ready after a brake-by-wire issue, and subsequent rear right brake fire, sidelined the German in final practice. Solid teamwork ensured Schumacher participated in Q1 and he advanced through to Q2 with a flying lap of 1:20.683 - joining Magnussen who similarly progressed with a 1:20.227 lap - both drivers utilizing Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires throughout qualifying.


    Q2 saw lap times continue to drop with Magnussen and Schumacher posting best laps of 1:19.810 and 1:20.436 to advance into Q3 in P5 and P10 respectively - Schumacher graduating into the final stage of qualifying for the first time in his Formula 1 career. Magnussen's efforts were all the more remarkable given an on-going issue with his DRS. The Q3 battle for pole began with the VF-22's going out on used soft tires to start before a final switch onto fresh sets of rubber for one final time attack. Magnussen improved to a 1:19.682 for P8 with Schumacher's best effort a 1:20.368 to seal P10 on the grid for Sunday.


    Kevin Magnussen: "I'm very happy with that. Two cars in Q3 for the first time this year just shows that the car is very good. It's been interesting because a lot of teams brought upgrades this weekend and it doesn't seem like they've found a huge amount and we seemed to have also found a little bit, even without upgrades and just in the set-up. We had a DRS issue, which cost me some lap time, how much I don't know, but it was close to the top-five and there was more in it. We start P8 tomorrow, let's go for points!"


    Mick Schumacher: "We're obviously happy about getting into Q3. Even though it didn't really look like we were on the pace, we still managed to do well. Not having driven FP3 definitely put a spanner in the works but we managed to overcome it, so I'm very happy about today and very thankful for the team. It felt great knowing that we haven't brought any updates and a bunch of teams have, knowing that we're still in that ballpark is definitely a good feeling."


    Guenther Steiner, Team Principal: "A very good result today and a pretty nerve-racking day in total. In FP3 Mick had the issue with his rear brakes and the hard work the guys had to do to get the car ready for qualifying - they did a terrific job to get it there just in time and you can't ask for more of the team. In qualifying, two Haas cars in Q3 for the first time since 2019! For the whole team, I think it shows that we've made progress in the last races and it's fantastic. Kevin had a few issues with DRS and that maybe hindered a little bit of what could've been a better result, but we are happy with this result today."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72546/Spanish-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Haas


    Spanish GP: Qualifying team notes - Pirelli

    Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc claimed his fourth pole position of the season, using the P Zero Red soft tyre from start to finish. He completed just one run in each session apart from Q3, in order to save a set of soft tyres for the race. His sole Q2 run was on used soft tyres: the same set that he had run in Q1. Leclerc was fastest in all the practice sessions, and also all the qualifying sessions apart from Q2.


    The hour-long qualifying session got underway in high temperatures of 37 degrees centigrade ambient and 48 degrees on track, making it particularly important to manage the tyres on this high-energy circuit.


    Just the soft tyre was used throughout qualifying by all the drivers, with a performance advantage of just over a second per lap compared to the P Zero Yellow medium.


    The Pirelli Pole Position Award was given to Leclerc by the father of his team mate: Carlos Sainz (Senior) from Spain. Sainz is a two-time World Rally Champion with Pirelli, who won the Catalunya Rally - held on stages close to Montmelo - for the first time exactly 30 years ago in 1992: just one of 26 rally wins throughout his exemplary career. Sainz comes to the Spanish Grand Prix direct from Rally Portugal, where a gala event to celebrate 50 years of the World Rally Championship - now exclusively supplied by Pirelli - was held three days ago.



    The fastest way to approach the 66-lap Spanish Grand Prix is a two-stopper, and even a three-stopper isn't out of the question. But which two-stopper will be quickest? The most versatile option to start the race on is the P Zero Yellow medium tyre, in order to ensure a reasonably long first stint, but what happens after then largely depends on the tyres that each driver has left from their allocation.


    The P Zero Red soft has a notable speed advantage over the medium, albeit with a shorter life, and that could make it appealing for those with good race pace. The P Zero White hard tyre could play a part too, although it's more than a second per lap slower than the medium.


    Theoretically, the fastest way to approach the race is medium-medium-soft. The second-fastest way is medium-soft-soft, and then there are some three-stop strategies that could work out well too. Medium-hard-soft, using all three compounds, is an interesting option, but it's faster on paper to avoid the hard.


    However, there isn't a particularly high safety car probability in Spain, and the temperatures are expected to be slightly warmer than today. All of this might push the teams towards the harder compounds, given the levels of degradation seen so far in free practice.


    Mario Isola: "It was a hot and tough qualifying session, where managing the soft tyre was crucial in order to extract every last bit of performance. Not only that, but strategy played an important part and Leclerc's calculated risk to complete only one run in Q2 - a decision that was also taken by Mercedes - could give him some different options. Degradation will definitely be a factor tomorrow, with temperatures predicted to be perhaps even hotter than today, so this is likely to be the most challenging race of the year for tyres so far, where management and strategy will be key to success. One interesting thing we saw today was FP3: often this is focussed on preparation for qualifying, but today we saw lots of teams optimising set-up and balance in the light of the degradation experienced yesterday."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72550/Spanish-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Pirelli
    Última edición por llumia; 22/05/2022 a las 10:36
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  10. #130
    Buenos dias.

    La verdad que le recuperación de Mercedes añade una presión de la leche a los primeros puestos, creo que la carrera puede estar muy interesante en cuanto a los 6 primeros puestos y estrategias se refiere.

    Me alegra (como no) ver a Russell delante de nuestro querido amigo Ham y a Bottas y Magnussen que siguen con su buen hacer. Richi por delante de Norris al que le eliminaron su última vuelta por salir de los limites de la trazada.

    Lo de Fernando no sé ya ni qué decir, de parecer que iba a abonarse al 5º puesto hace dos dias a esto es un bajón considerable (par el), yo ya hasta empiezo a disfrutar con sus "hazañas"

  11. #131
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Cita Iniciado por yorch Ver mensaje
    Lo de Fernando no sé ya ni qué decir, de parecer que iba a abonarse al 5º puesto hace dos dias a esto es un bajón considerable (par el), yo ya hasta empiezo a disfrutar con sus "hazañas"

    No es por nada, pero todo forma parte de «El Plan» .

  12. #132
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Juegos disponibles para la carrera. De los de arriba, Leclerc es el único con un juego nuevo de blandos.




  13. #133
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Mejores estrategias según Pirelli. Dada la degradación se supone que veremos una carrera a dos paradas y en la que el neumático medio será «la estrella».



  14. #134
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Cambios en el DRS de Verstappen para solucionar el problema que tuvo ayer en Q3.



    Luke Smith @LukeSmithF1 · 6min

    After the DRS issue in qualy yesterday, Red Bull has changed the DRS flap pivot pins and DRS actuator on Verstappen's car under parc ferme. Same spec, so no penalty or anything like that #F1 #SpanishGP

  15. #135
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Cambio de motor para Fernando Alonso, por lo que saldrá último. Nunca había salido tan atrás aquí.



  16. #136
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    El plan de hoy será intentar lograr la vuelta rápida en carrera
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  17. #137
    Moderator Avatar de llumia
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Northern Kingdom Mountains. Where neither the eagles even dare.
    Mensajes
    24,787
    Entradas de blog
    7
    Cita Iniciado por GoVal Ver mensaje
    Mejores estrategias según Pirelli. Dada la degradación se supone que veremos una carrera a dos paradas y en la que el neumático medio será «la estrella».



    Desconozco las temperaturas hoy en Montmeló pero podría pasar algo parecido a 2013. Lobato hoy con las estrategias se va a volver loco
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

  18. #138
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    A menos de 1 minuto para ir a la parrilla, el Red Bull de Verstappen sigue en el garaje. Cuquerella dice que con ello pretenden estar el menor tiempo posible en la parrilla para aguantar la temperatura de la gasolina lo más fria posible.



  19. #139
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    A 11 segundos de que se cerrara el pit lane ha salido Verstappen. Ya está en la parrilla.



  20. #140
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Cita Iniciado por llumia Ver mensaje
    Desconozco las temperaturas hoy en Montmeló pero podría pasar algo parecido a 2013. Lobato hoy con las estrategias se va a volver loco

    Pues fa bastante caloreta.



  21. #141
    Administrator Avatar de McHouserphy
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    Bilbao
    Mensajes
    13,146
    a nueve minutos del comienzo:

    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

  22. #142
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Pobre Lando. Está vomitando al lado de su coche



  23. #143
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Toda la parrilla decide salir con el blando excepto Hamilton, que sale con el medio.



  24. #144
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Tremendo lo de Sainz este año. Mala salida que le hace perder dos posiciones y unas vueltas más tarde, trompo y a la grava. Por suerte ha podido volver a la pista pero en la 11ª posición.




  25. #145
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    El que se sale ahora, también en la curva 4, es Verstappen, aunque él sólo ha perdido una posición. Parece que en la entrada a esa curva hay alguna que otra racha de viento que les complica el tomarla.



  26. #146
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207

    FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DE ESPAÑA 2022 - Montmeló
    Resultados CARRERA
    Domingo, 22 de mayo de 2022



    Victoria de Max VERSTAPPEN que le permite irse de España como líder del mundial. Un error en la curva 4 lo puso detrás de Russell, al que no pudo adelantar por problemas con el DRS. Un cambio de estrategia lo dejó detrás de Checo, que lideraba la carrera y que le dejó pasar. Aunque no lo hubiese hecho, seguramente habría acabado adelantándole debido a la gran diferencia que había entre ambos en ese momento.

    Checo PÉREZ ha realizado una gran carrera, teniéndose que conformar finalmente con la segunda posición, que le ha sabido a muy poco. Él no ha tenido problemas con el DRS. Marko ha comentado que el coche de Max llevaba una versión más aligerada de peso y que tienen que revisar por qué ha fallado. Además de la segunda posición, Checo se lleva también la vuelta rápida (1:24.108).

    El doblete de Red Bull logra ponerlos por delante en el mundial de constructores al adelantar a Ferrari en el campeonato.

    Muy decepcionate el resultado de la Scudería aquí. Primero la pérdida de posiciones de Carlos SAINZ tras una mala salida y un error en la curva 4 en el que su fondo plano recibió daños (el propio Carlos ha dicho que ha sido una carrera muy mala de principio a fin aunque ha medio salvado los muebles con su 4ª posición final) y luego con el abandono de LECLERC cuando estaba liderando por un fallo en el motor que tienen que investigar. Desde luego no han sabido aprovechar como deberían la ventaja inicial que tenían esta temporada. Ahora mismo Red Bull parece igual o algo por encima y Mercedes se les ha acercado demasiado.

    Las novedades de Mercedes han funcionado aquí y se les ha visto mucho más cerca. RUSSELL supo mantener a Verstappen tras él con una gran defensa durante gran parte de la carrera, logrando finalizar en el podio en la 3ª posición.

    HAMILTON vió comprometida su carrera en la salida cuando MAGNUSSEN le golpeó provocándole un pinchazo y teniendo que pasar por boxes. Verse penúltimo le hizo insinuar por radio abandonar para reservar motor, algo que no se les pasó por la cabeza a su equipo. El gran ritmo de su coche le hizo llegar hasta la 4ª posición, aunque una pérdida de agua en las últimas vueltas le hizo levantar el pie siendo adelantado por SAINZ.

    Otra buena carrera para BOTTAS que llegó a rodar en posiciones de podio pero una estrategia de sólo dos paradas, no le permitió luchar contra Sainz y Hamilton, acabando en la 6ª posición.

    Tras él, sin hacer ruido, ha llegado OCON.

    La 8ª posición ha sido para NORRIS, que ha estado enfermo todo el fin de semana e incluso se le vió vomitando antes de subirse al coche. A pesar de todo, ha logrado adelantar a RICCIARDO, que partía 9º y que ha terminado 12º. Al bajarse del coche, Lando se ha ido directamente al centro médico. Llegando, se le veía bastante perjudicaillo.

    Gran carrera también la de Fernando ALONSO, que desde la última posición ha logrado cruzar la meta 9º. Ha terminado muy contento con el resultado y por cómo ha funcionado el Alpine en carrera. En su última parada tuvo problemas con la rueda delantera derecha tardando 5 s. Ha dicho que no cree que sin este problema hubiese quedado más arriba, y es que quedó a 12 segundos de Norris.

    El último de los puntos a repartir ha sido para TSUNODA.

    Muy decepcionante para Haas salir de aquí sin puntos después de ver ayer a sus dos coches en Q3.




























  27. #147
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Posiciones ganadas y perdidas en la carrera. Alonso, con 11, el que más ha ganado.



  28. #148
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Tironcito de orejas a la organización del GP de España.



    F1 urges Spanish GP to fix 'unacceptable' traffic issues

    Formula 1 has labelled the Spanish Grand Prix's crowd management issues as "not acceptable" and has urged the local promoter to address the problem for next year.



    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/f...sues/10309221/

  29. #149
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Números de Pirelli.




  30. #150
    Bruji Piruji Avatar de GoVal
    Fecha de ingreso
    25 mar, 10
    Ubicación
    LAPONIA - Finlandia
    Mensajes
    45,207
    Las paradas.



Etiquetas para este tema

Permisos de publicación

  • No puedes crear nuevos temas
  • No puedes responder temas
  • No puedes subir archivos adjuntos
  • No puedes editar tus mensajes
  •